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Use the search boxes below to search through Crosscheck lists from Georgia and Virginia. If your name appears on this list, you are a potential double voter. Voting twice is a felony, punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison. Guilty or not, voters whose names appear on these lists could be purged from voter rolls.

This is the first time these lists have been made public since the Crosscheck program began in 2005. Al Jazeera America obtained these lists through open records requests.

The total Crosscheck list contains 6,951,484 voters from 28 states. These two lists obtained by Al Jazeera America represent 1,703,958 voters.

Read the related story | Jim Crow returns: Millions of minority voters threatened by electoral purge


For more on Crosscheck, tune in to Part 1 of Greg Palast’s investigation for America Tonight on Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET.

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7 hours ago
Steve Wise
This is ridiculous. There are six pairs of “John Wise,” none of them me. There’s a John Drayton Wise (whoever he might be) in Atlanta, where I live. I have voted in Atlanta since 1969.

11 hours ago
John Heinis
I found my name matches my former address in another state. I turned in my old VR Card from Georgia when I moved and registered in Florida. Inasmuch as, I am a member of a minority group; does this indicate that, because of an agency error either in Florida or Georgia; that I will not be allowed to vote?
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